NaNoWriMo & Clawbinder Updates

So I completed NaNoWriMo today – the first draft of Suzie’s Nightmare is now finished. Time to do the difficult part now and put it aside for a bit, so that I can pick it up closer to January for the second draft, which by the way is much more time-consuming.

Also the print version of Short.Story-Me!’s Anthology #2 just got released. And it’s also available in Kindle edition. Note that if you have the Kindle app on your iPhone, you can always download a sample of the book to see what you think of it first. I recently read Michael Lucas’ short story “Wednesday’s Seagulls”, which is the first story in the anthology via the Kindle preview ability. Definitely not what you’re expecting it to be, and quite a page-turner.

Short.Story-Me Anthology #2
On the Kindle
In Print

Clawbinder chosen for Anthology

Great news guys! The high fantasy short story “Clawbinder” is going to be published in the Short-Story.Me! Anthology #2!

Pieces that are submitted to to this market are considered for the 24-piece anthology, but not all are chosen. I feel very fortunate that “Clawbinder” was considered interesting and entertaining enough to be considered for this group.

The anthology includes stories from many different genres, including: Crime, Fantasy, Horror, Mystery and Science Fiction.

Here’s a link to the Kindle Edition, just released: Short-Story.Me! – Best Genre Short Stories #2

Coming soon on print edition as well!

New Short Story

Just got word last night that the sword & sorcery fantasy short story “Clawbinder” has been accepted for publication by Short-Story.Me!. I’m incredibly excited about it, and looks like it should be up for reading in around 6 weeks or so. Currently finishing up the odds and ends over here, but I’ll post another update once I have more information.

Be sure to check out the site and explore some of the other work from some excellent writers. You may even want to explore through the Author Bios to get an idea of the wide range of backgrounds these stories come from.